Guests visiting Magic Kingdom Park are in for some hippity hoppity fun starting March 19th, when the Easter Bunny will begin making appearances at the park.
You can meet them daily in the Magic Kingdom at their meet and greet area near the flagpole on Main Street USA. Their meet and greet area is surrounded by pretty spring flowers.
Easter Bunny Meet and Greet
Meet Mr. and Mrs. Easter Bunny: March 19 – April 1, 2018 from 9:00 am – 6:00 pm.
Town Square Courtyard, Main Street USA, Magic Kingdom
Magic Kingdom admission required. PhotoPass photographers will be available.
And, on Easter Sunday, April 1st, they just might hop on over to another park!
Easter Egg Hunt at Epcot
Don’t forget that the 2018 Easter Egg Hunt is going on now over at Epcot!
Where to find Easter Eggs at Epcot: Where to Find Easter Eggs at Epcot.
Last year, they were both out at Disney’s Animal Kingdom on Easter Sunday morning.
But, you had to be quick as they were only there from 9am – 2pm! There were no lines to meet them either! Compared to the crowds at MK, there was hardly anyone at DAK in the morning!
The Easter Bunny was pointing out how I have ears just like him, only his ears are longer. 🙂
Don’t you love her dress and Easter hat? Mrs. Bunny is so precious!
The Easter Bunny brought candy for all the good little girls and boys!
And, Mickey and Minnie of course have special outfits for Easter Sunday!
On March 31 and April 1 (Easter Sunday), a special pre-parade will make its way down Main Street USA that will feature Mr. & Mrs. Easter Bunny, Daisy, Duck, Thumper & Ms. Bunny, White Rabbit, Yellow Rabbit, Clara Cluck, Hippos, Ostriches, Dancing Chicks and the Azalea Trail Maids from Mobile, Alabama.
Warning! The crowds at MK on Easter Sunday morning are awful, second only for Christmas Day crowds! We recommend going to Epcot instead!
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